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con el, mcconnell and reid and he brought a specific plan from the white house with him. that plan from the president in trying to resolve the fiscal cliff asks for, $1.6 trillion in new revenue. and that's supposed to come from raising taxes on the wealthiest. the president's plan asks for an extension of the payroll tax cut. and an extension of unemployment insurance benefits. it asks for a deferral of those automatic sequester cuts to defense spending and to local -- to domestic spend being. and it also asks, i love this one, a multi-year stimulus package, including $50 billion next year, much of that is going to go to recipients creating an infrastructure bank. the president also wants to refinance under water mortgages. and permanently increase the deposit limit without congressional approval every time. the president in bringing this list forward in his plan to resolve the fiscal cliff is just really going for it in this negotiation. he's aiming for the fences, and he has a mandate folks and he's not afra
to be an engaged representative of the citizens of the sick els -- sixth district across the whole district. >> did your platform include some issue of importance to republicans in the area? republicans are few and far between in annapolis as it is. >> i think my platform, which focused on employment and jobs and doing things across the country and create good jobs, jobs with a descent standard of living. that resonated with democrats and republicans and independent voters. the results prove that. >> and can you promise your voters you want to rubber stamp whatever comes down from governor o'malley and perhaps whoever is after him or are you in line with the rest of the democrats in annapolis? >> i promised i would listen to them and base my decisions based on facts and not ideology. >> thank you for coming. >> thanks for having me. >>> d.c. voters overwhelmingly approved the a mondayments kicking them out of office. there were three amendments, one requiring the mayor to resign immediately if convicted of a felony and another requiring the same thing of a council member and. >>> this is a mummy yo
this week, because they el elected the first, all-women delegation to washington. senator jean chaking, and another senator, and then two other women in the house. tonight i'm actually go pleased to be able to welcome maggie hassan into "the war room." maggie so glad to have you, and congratulations on your wig win. >> thank you so much. it's great to be with you. >> all right. now new hampshire comes across as this macho -- to those outside of new hampshire, this macho live free or die state. and yet you are the only female democratic governor. is there a grand plan at work here? >> well, there is a long history and tuition of community participation at all levels and so we have had a long tradition of women serving in elected office, and in leadership positions, and in fact from 2008 to 2010 we had the first female imagine yourty legislative office in the united states so it has been some time in coming but it shows that women in leadership, you know through the ranks can end up in national leadership positions too. >> jennifer: absolutely. take a listen to your out
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expensive places san francisco, los angeles, honolulu. west texas town of el paso. tenth least affordable because home prices are high compared to median income which is how affordability is calculated. many of these people don't earn much higher than the min yum wage and a third of the homes on marketen affordable to them. median income in el paso lower than national average. that's what you need to know right now. i'll be back this time tomorrow with the most important five minutes of business and the economy. for a more in depth discussion, watch saturday 1:00 eastern, sunday 3:00 eastern. from new york, i'm ali velshi with "your money." low-cost investment options-- tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 like our exchange traded funds, or etfs tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 which now have the lowest tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 operating expenses tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 in their respective tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 lipper categories. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 lower than spdr tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and even lower than vanguard. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 that means with schwab, tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 y
for a month at a time and we will face expiration of the government's borrowing authority. and el be on constant downgrade watch from our creditors. in the new testament, this is a story told of two men, one who built his house on sand. the other who built his house on rock. the foundation our country's economy, the rock our economy, has always been small businesses in the private sector. i ran one of those small businesses and i can tell you that raising a small business tax means they don't grow. a small business does not grow, our economy doesn't grow. if our economy doesn't grow, we don't have a prayer of digging our country out of the hole that we with call our national debt. this is why going over part of the fiscal cliff and raising taxes on job creators is no solution at all. instead of building our house on sand, let's build it on rock. instead of raising small business taxes, let's start by fixing their problems, start by giving them some confidence and certainty about what the future homeds. for this to work we need to focus on substance not theater. it will require wee
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's what people wanted. it narrows the age el imageth requirements. it makes people check in every six months with the department of homeland security which sounds a lot like patrol which is against the intentional d.r.e.a.m. act and it also ee long gates the time frame by which people can become full citizens if they're even able to and the republicans say they can do this because they want to prevent chain migration where someone become as citizen. that's what marco rubio's relatives did. a little hypocrisy there. >> are you a little skeptical? we know the elections have -- if i hear this again -- have consequences but we know they do and 'zo demographics. is it that you see this effort as insincere or political gamesmanship in hopes of not suffering major losses two years from now? >> i think it's a little bit of both, a little bit of window dressing. but this is something latinos have followed so closely. latinos -- republicans and democrats alike, something like 91% latinos are in favor of the d.r.e.a.m. act. so they're following this closely and they recognize that the achieve ac
, markio rio, and bobbyen jen gend el they arg personallies. lou: i want to, go back to the intellectual leadership amongst those governors, the names of people you think are those leaders. >> newly elected governor of indiana mike pence. he will not set up the health care exchange, and susana martinez. >> and scott walker of wisconsin. >> he has been eleed twice in a state that mitt romney lost by 7 points. lou: you had to leave it with governor romney. >> their bench is really thin that is why joe biden is the vice president. come on, let's leave
than anybody. until they're actually willing to el us their decision, everything's an open door. christie has higher approval numbers than probably bruce springsteen would have in the state. it remains to be seen if the numbers will stay that high. they weren't that high earlier in the year. new jersey's unemployment was higher than the national average. cory booker has a few months here to decide what's the better bet for him. governor's race or an open senate seat. >> in the timing of this, given how much it's going to cost to run in new jersey, you have to buy new york television time to run ads in new jersey, the most expensive time in the country. you also have to buy philadelphia advertising to run tv ads in the southern end of the state. it's a very expensive proposition. you've got to start raising that money right now. you got to make a fast decision if you're running for this office. isn't what is likely to be a open senate seat the better play for cory booker where i think if he made it into the senate, he would be a star. >> i think you're right and in fact, the poss
won the ele electi election. respect to suzanne collins' comments, she's obviously very influential and her support is important. but one thing she did say is that she wouldn't necessarily supporters blocking susan rice. we do have to give administration officials the space to do their jobs and in this case, ambassador rice was doing her job in talking about the i tacks. >> let me ask you ryan about something that senator collins said, that she did not come out and actually say, i'm going to block susan rice's nomination. she did say that john kerry would be an excellent appointment and would be easily confirmed. tell us why that might not quite be what republicans think it is. >> one issue is that it's senator john kerry becomes secretary of state john kerry and suddenly there's a special election in new jersey and some people were thinking about the opportunity for republicans. >> scott brown. >> scott brown is very popular and that's one angle. conservatives also have policy priorities, and one thing we have noticed is that while senator collins has gone one way, criticizing susa
up next week. >> if you have a question send it to sunday gardner at -- or el go to our website wbal.com. >>> congressman cummings is in our studio standing by for this morning's q&a. >> the author of this book shows you how to redecorate your home or office the feel good way. >> beautiful morning. we do have rain in the seven day forecast. i'll show you that in just a few minutes. stay with us. >>> welcome back to 11 news sunday morning. thank you very much for joining us. >> let's take another look outside. great day for a ravens game. >> temperatures are in the 40s. we're gonna make it into the 60s this afternoon. that's pretty good for the middle of november. 48 at the airport with nothing but sunshine. relative humidity 86%. there was a little fog in some areas this morning. all of that's burned off now. the forecast for this veterans day 2012 is a good one. sunshine with a high temperature near 68. we come back in just a few minutes. we'll take the seven day forecast into next weekend. >>> time now for sunday morning q&a. joining us is congressman cummings. good morning. congra
are dead after a 7.4 magnitude earthquake were hit. tremors were felt in mexico and el salvador. the earthquake destroyed homes, buildings, and blocking roads. thousands of soldiers are heading to the region to help the local police hand out emergency supplies. >>> an ohio woman caught on video driving on a sidewalk passing a school bus now has to serve an unpunishment. take a look at this cell phone video if a passenger inside the bus. the judge sentenced the woman shena harden to stand on a corner near the intersection where this happened and hold a sign that says "only an idiot would drive around a school bus." the judge also suspended harden's driver's license for 30 days and she has to pay a $250 fee in court costs. we want to know what you think about this punishment. does it fit the crime? you head to our facebook page or you can tweet us. >>> this morning there's more fallout from sandy. the governor of new york fired his emergency management director. the move comes after steven kerr diverted crews to remove a tree that fell on his long island driveway last week. this h
. we hava well-known developer, a key obama fundraiser joining us. i tol don possible els he shoule obama team. good to have you back. neil: race turned out like you said. >> it did, president got reelectioned . >> despite your concern about attacking the rich, which you judged him. that not wit notwithstanding. >> absolutely, i always said this president was running for chief executive officer of the nation, commander in chief. not chief financial officer. neil: now before we get to california, they are taxing puddles next. do you think this obama administration is open to a deal on taxes? or come hell or high water, he is going to argue, look i've been reelected i said one of my principle points is that taxes should go back up on rich. >> i think that president is one of the smartest peopll i met, he is -- >> really. >> he is a very start man, he is reelected again. he has done a good job in many areas. i think on taxes there will be compromise. neil: like what? >> i think how much. neil: a million not 250. >> it will be higher, and focus on carry interest, which would be a big wi
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. even el rushbo understands the differences between latinos. >> the reason that the cubans are no the that popular of the hispanic divisions you've talked about -- it's a race thing. >> yes, it is. >> it's a rag thing. they're not as dark and they're oriented toward work? >> wow. as david frum tweeted, the first step to republican recovery, insult fewer people. sounds like a fine place to start. or better yet, continue taking a trip to a world where facts matter, a world out of the twilight zone. that does it for "the cycle." michael eric dyson is in the chair for martin today. how are you? >> i feel like lebron. i'm going to keep pushing. >> keep winning. >> you know what? kobe bryant does reign. he's got five rings, lebron has one. he's over
responsible for helping to get angus king ele elected. the race is on to line up political allies before negotiations start tuesday. the president met with the labor community today. he holds that first press conference since his re-election and will meet with congressional leaders at the end of the week, all of this because the one takeaway from the failed 2011 fiscal talks was the need to have an outside game. joining me now patti murray and a member of last year's super committee, the group that tried to reach a deal to avoid sequestrati sequestration. i apologize to come to you late wanting to get senator elect king's official announcement there that he's joining your caucus. >> that's great. >> i assume you would have been surprised if he had come to any other conclusion? >> well, i had a chance to talk with him last night. i think he's going to be a great member of our kau can cuss, a good, strong voice on issues that i care about deeply and we welcome him. >> let's talk about what you would like to hear from the president today when it comes to the fiscal cliff. i've talked to a l
. the quake was felt in neighboring mexico and el salvador, there was even a tsunami alert off the coast of el salvador. as for the victims, in one case an swire family was -- an entire family was killed. a couple and their six young children crushed from rocks and earth from a hill that slid into their home. aftershocks continue to rattle nerves there. the cleanup and the mourning is now underway. jon: yeah. that's a country that's not prepared to deal with that kind of thing. they just don't have the infrastructure. rick folbaum, thanks. jenna: the clock is ticking to stop the economy from going over that fiscal cliff we've been talking so much about. that cliff of massive tax hikes and across-the-board spending cuts. it's just one of the many economic challenges facing this country right now. this comes at a time that we're watching the markets as well. the dow dropping more than 300 points yesterday, it was the biggest drop of the year for the markets. there's a look realtime today. you see not quite as bad. the markets trading lower, still below 13,000 which is a critical level that a lot
. that's dead even. independents are dead even. it is one of these whose mott el is right. more seniors vote than young people the romney team wins. the romney message is up beat. the obama message is kind of negative. don't let these bad guys come in office again. >>> with regard to these polls they weren't all in lock step rather in 2008. in an election like this even if it is this tight, ed, you are doing polling out there say you are off by one or two points. as a pollster you might say hey we came close to nailing it. but not this time. if the polls are off by a point or two it could be, i don't want to use the word land slide but it could be a dominating victory for one side or the other. >> this whole election is decided by less than a million votes. obviously in these 6 or 7 states none of them are for sure. they could tip either way which could make one side or the other winning a land slide or a big margin at this point in time. the president could not do as well as he did four years ago. smiens is when united half of them saying they don't want you any more you are in trouble
. >> i think the pipe who built that mall are hoping it does. so be aware of it. that's off el charo road by the way in calls you are wondering. we'll be -- in case you are wondering. we'll be watching it for you. let's look at the bay bridge. there's been some improve at the toll plaza. we're seeing some improvement on 880 and the delay here. it's more like a 15, 20-minute delay earlier as opposed to a 25, 30-minute delay. san francisco, the traffic there has been busy this morning driving up to the 80 split here. no major problems through there. livermore valley, some slow traffic there. i want to move to the left here. you can see how the nimitz freeway 880, northbound and southbound from hayward to the fremont area. of course, the south bay, we've been talking about 280. all of the freeways are slow. if you take 280 in san jose, give yourself plenty of time. let's go to mark. >>> we're taking a live look outside. a few clouds. you are waking up and you are thinking this is a nice day. it won't rain. just to the north, we have rain showers -- not just to the north but it is approaching
of guatemala. it rocked the capital and shook buildings as far away as mexico city and el salvador. airlines are taking no chances ahead of the second major storm in the new york area just over a week. already suspended most of the service in and out of the region. american airlines will shut down services at 3:00 p.m. today. other major airlines are asking passengers to rebuild their flights for a later day. and there is one more sign that new york is getting back to normal after hurricane sandy. the holland tunnel is now open to all traffic after being closed today due to super storm cindy. those are your news headlines at this hour. now back to tracy and lori. tracy: everybody can stay away and go through the holland tunnel. the markets areepricing in an obama victory and they were right, charlie gasparino the first to report it, so where should you put your money now and what should you do with the fiscal cliff? >> i think people underestimate just how much smarts rs investment banks decide what you saw people trading on a romney victory. the analytics at the firms, what we were first re
the opposition leader mohammed el baradei says that it's not possible unless morsi rescinds the powers he's given himself. are those the things that morsi wants to happen. a lot of judges were appointed by mubarak and he would want them out and does he really need to negotiate or have any dialog with the opposition? does he want that? >> no, he doesn't. and here, this is the final piece in the entire mosaic, and morsi being a complete pharaoh, a dictator. the first thing he and the muslim brotherhood got was a the parliament. now, a muslim brotherhood controlled parliament. then the presidency and next the independent army and military. and morsi got rid of the top generals appointed by mubarak and put in his own guys, the muslim brotherhood generals. and the next step was the independent press, state-owned press and media now has been replaced with muslim brotherhood advocates. now the final step is that independent judiciary, they have now said, well, you can't take us out and morsi says, forget it we're not going to play by your rules, your rules won't even apply to us. so, there's a final ste
some kind of tax increase for the wealthiest americans? >> well, there's a couple of el elements at play. one thing is that none of this will be determined public, right? if the president and john boehner were able to get that room and hammer out a deal and just sign it maybe they can get something done. each has a lot of factions to get done. john boehner is in an interesting position given some members of his republican caucus have lost their seats and they're looking at a lame duck. so some of the things you're hearing from capitol hill now are figure out a quick fix, a patch for the end of the year, and then really sit down at the table and try to negotiate on those numbers. that $250,000 number, that's exactly the point. that could definitely slide. and that's an area where you think the white house is probably a little bit more willing to negotiate. >> what do you think ultimately this is going to come down to, perry? is it going to be who's going to blink first? >> yes. it will come down to who's going to blink first. i don't think the president is going to blink on his in
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, over the next couple weeks, can this el succeed? or has he convinced the recent of europe they have done enough. >>> thanks, simon. meantime protests continuing in egyp as demonstrators demand that the president morsi rescind -- announcing they're going to go on strike halting work until the decree is revoked. we're live in cairo with the later. high, ayman. >> hi, carl. the people are still demanding that the president morsi rescind his decree. also added to the list of growing demands, they want to see egypt's body that'sing tasked with writing a new constitution be mea reflect erv of egypt's diversity, and that it's not a that it doesn't reflect only the islamic party's perspecti perspective. there's some calls by the protesters to dissolved the current body and mike sure the new body is more diverse. other issues are lingers from the revolutionary days. president morsist says he has to takes the action action becausitis egypt's judiciary that's stalling the it's shaping out -- caught in the midding are supporters every both sides, the liberal and secular state say it's on the wr
in international falls. we have 30s across places like el paso. there is cold air out there right now certainly freezing conditions across mississippi and alabama this morning. we are almost scot-free through out this holiday weekend. another day of that very nice cry contin dry conditions off to the south. there's a disturbance across the great lakes bringing real quick snow showers nothing causing problems on the roadways. little bit of fog over the next few mornings across the pacific northwest. could cause problems on the roadways. temperature wise, though, looking good today still cool to the north. not bad to the south. it is a little cooler than you typically may be this year. tomorrow a little bit of a cool batch of air makes its way to the northern plains. good weather through tuesday and wednesday. little bit of a shot of snow guys across parts of the northeast on tuesday. it will be light. then a big chance of rain wednesday, thursday across parts of the west. >> looking good. thanks so much. >>> dallas star larry hagman may have lost battle against cancer but the woman who played j.
the fiscal cliff. here's a brief el strags of what we're talking about. the way things stand now an across the board spending cut is scheduled to hit every federal agency after december 31st. if congress does nothing before then, the cuts take effect no matter how badly the spending is needed. no matter how much it hurts, no matter who loses his or her job. at the same time everyone in the country gets hit with an across the board tax increase after the first of the year. you'll be paying more to the federal government no matter how much it hurts unless congress figures out how to stop it before december 31st. let's bring in our senior congressional correspondent dana bash. dana, this is big-time. this is a crucial issue that they have to resolve over the next, what, november and december. >> exactly. and the leader in the house and the leader in the senate wasted no time to come out and try to lay down markers. if you listen to the tone of both harry reid and house speaker john boehner each trying to sound as conciliatory and open to compromise as they can. watch what i'm talking about. >
, it is a wonderful analytic tool. host: on the democratic line, jim from el paso, texas. caller: i think there is a demographic, and i represented. i do not think the republicans even thought about it -- represent it. my wife is hispanic. i am anglo. my children are half and half. i am a democrat. my wife is hispanic, and hispanics voted largely democratic. if you add those numbers up, i think the gop is in more trouble than they think. guest: that is an interesting point and part of what i was alluding to in the beginning. cultural factors have alienated the republicans from a certain block of voters. voters who are more comfortable with the increasing diversity of the country, and those were less comfortable with that. it does not mean they are racist. it is a question of what people feel comfortable with. how they adjust to change. the republicans have gotten themselves in a position where the are reliant on those voters who are less comfortable with the changing nature of the country. over time, that is a shrinking group. the percentage of voters who are comfortable with the change i
in both directions. what happened in the state legislatures? you can see some big wave ele ctions like in 2010. the early members saw a move in the democratic direction -- numbers saw a move in the democratic direction. if you look at the blue states, there was some movement in the but thereirection was also some moves in the republican direction. republicans picked up legislature in arkansas, west virginia, alaska. both parts of the country pushing in different directions. i think the election is also something of a deepening of polarization. 1993 or 1992, there were 19 democrats who helped republican seats. that number has been declining and declining. there were also some republicans who used to hold seats for democrats for president. before this election, we were down to nine democrats and two republicans who met that definition them tha. in a way, the realignment continues. republicans are sitting in republican seats even though the numbers did not change dramatically in the house. there is a lot of talk about demographics and i am sure we are going to hear that on the panel. i th
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